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    Carr, Margaret; Peters, Sally (NZCER Press, 2011)
    Introduction to this special issue of the Early Childhood Folio on key learning competencies across place and time. Publication of these working papers (adapted and edited for the Early Childhood Folio) from a Teaching and ...
  • Dispositions, disciplines, and marble runs: a case study of resourcefulness

    Carr, Margaret; McChesney, Jane; Cowie, Bronwen; Miles-Kingston, Robert; Sands, Lorraine (ACM, 2010)
    In this paper, three researchers and two teachers have zoomed in on three 'mid-level' episodes of learning in a childcare centre and analyzed them using two lenses: a dispositional lens and a disciplinary (science) practices ...
  • Early childhood portfolios as a tool for enhancing learning during the transition to school

    Peters, Sally; Hartley, Carol; Rogers, Pat; Smith, Jemma; Carr, Margaret (The University of Melbourne, 2009)
    From 2005-2008 Mangere Bridge Kindergarten in New Zealand carried out a Centre of Innovation research project exploring the transition between early childhood education and school. A flexible action research approach was ...
  • Learning dispositions and the role of mutual engagement: factors for consideration in educational settings

    Duncan, Judith; Jones, Carolyn; Carr, Margaret (Symposium Journals, 2008)
    This article describes an emerging theoretical framework for examining relationships between learning dispositions and learning architecture. Three domains of learning dispositions - resilience, reciprocity and imagination ...
  • Question-asking and question-exploring

    Sands, Lorraine; Carr, Margaret; Lee, Wendy (European Early Childhood Education Research Association, 2012)
    The Centre of Innovation Research at Greerton Early Childhood Centre was characterised as a dispositional milieu where working theories were explored through a narrative research methodology. As the research progressed, ...

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